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    Off the wagon

    Hi ladies I lost almost 4 stone on TFR with still 1ish to go but my chemist wouldn't give me any more shakes cause I was so near normal BMI. I got the maintenance products and did ok for a while but I feel my whole habits creeping back. I'm already afraid to get on the scales but I know I've prob gained half a stone at least. How do I get my mojo back before its too late? To complicate things I'm a bit afraid to restart TFR because I'm experiencing substantial hair loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leahcnnr
    Hi ladies I lost almost 4 stone on TFR with still 1ish to go but my chemist wouldn't give me any more shakes cause I was so near normal BMI. I got the maintenance products and did ok for a while but I feel my whole habits creeping back. I'm already afraid to get on the scales but I know I've prob gained half a stone at least. How do I get my mojo back before its too late? To complicate things I'm a bit afraid to restart TFR because I'm experiencing substantial hair loss.
    Hi there just wondered as you have already completed tfp if u could give me some advice. I started just over a wk ago on tfr and due to unforseen circumstances and also not in it mind wise 100 percent. Was thinking swapping to maintence although i have only 3 stone to lose until i get to proper weight for my height would it take a really long time to lose this as i am unsure how much weight u can lose a wk with taking 2 shakes and a healthy meal a day?

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    I know on the refeed week people can often lose up to 5lbs. There are other vlcd available on line that permit an evening meal and have a great variety of flavours, you should look at slim and save. Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by leahcnnr
    I know on the refeed week people can often lose up to 5lbs. There are other vlcd available on line that permit an evening meal and have a great variety of flavours, you should look at slim and save. Hope that helps
    Will have a look thank you very much its really appreciated. As i say i dont think 3 stone is a massive amount to lose and it wont bother me during the day having shakes but would like a proper healthy meal at night.

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    Lots of the lipotrimmers are talking bout slim and save- its cheaper too

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    Diet: Slimming World, Dietchef, Lipotrim - now maintaining (I hope!).
    Height: 5ft6in
    Start Weight: 15st9.5lb
    Current Weight: 10st13.6lb
    Goal Weight: 10st7lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 35.4
    Current BMI: 24.8
    Goal BMI: 23.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 4st9.9lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st6.6lb
    % Lost 30.02%
    Hiya
    Well done you on how you've done so far ... Brilliant!!
    You can have good losses with 2 meal replacements and a healthy meal, have a look at Exante which you can get online. There's good advice on their website, you don't have to go to the chemist but you do have to be sensible about it obviously. I'm not sure about price comparison though.
    Re slim and save, I haven't tried any of their products except for the bars which I sent for as they really are a lot cheaper than others on the face of it ... However they are TINY!!! ... OK as a snack but lousy as a meal replacement IMHO.

    Best if luck whatever you decide xx










    SW & Diet Chef - total of 23.7lbs lost

    Lipotrim
    16/2/09 - 31/5/09 (15 wks) - 47.0

    Started refeeding 1/6/09

    8/6/09 Wk1 refeed STS!
    15/6/09 Wk2 refeed -1.2 = 48.2

    The hard work of maintenance started on 15/6/09 I finshed LT and refeed at
    10st 7.6lbs. (Lost 48.2lbs on LT - 71.9lbs altogether since my heaviest)

    Week by week record of maintenance fluctuations & weights here;-
    http://www.minimins.com/lipotrim-mai...ml#post2350493






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